Shania Twain's Brampton Kids Club to benefit from Las Vegas residency
Twain's residency in Las Vegas provides funding opportunities for Brampton's Sir Winston Churchill Public School
By Sabrina Gamrot
October 14, 2019
Shania Twain Kids Club members from Sir Winston Churchill Public School in Brampton got a surprise on
Wednesday when a tractor trailer containing Shania's custom made horse shaped motorcycle arrived at
the school. At the bike inside the trailer, are in front, Jacob, Deanna, and Robert. On the bike is Kaylee,
and at the back are Akeisha, Monique, Never, and Tristan.
Students at the Shania Twain Kids Can Clubhouse at Brampton’s Sir Winston Churchill Public School (Ontario, Canada), got to partake in an important part of their latest fundraising program and contest.
On Wednesday, Sept. 25 the students waited to see a personalized motorcycle that was being hauled in a tractor trailer.
The bike, which the students posed with, will be auctioned off, along with a pair of tickets to the opening night of Twain’s new residency in Vegas.
The trailer stopped at Sir Winston Churchill on its way to Las Vegas.
The funds from the contest will go back to the Shania Kids Can, a non-profit foundation providing programs to elementary school children through the Shania Kids Clubhouse.
There are five Shania Kids Clubhouses across the country.
The contest also includes accommodation and airfare.
The clubhouse provides the children at Sir Winston Churchill with important programs like psychological support, vocational training and healthy food options.
After the bike visited Sir Winston Churchill, it continued on its journey in a tractor trailer to Las Vegas.
Twain’s residency “Let’s Go!” starts on Dec. 6.
The SKC fundraiser runs from Oct. 15 to Nov. 21.